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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Last night I got a little bit of sleep but I wasn't really tired. I was excited to get back to Kuala Lumpur. We arrived to Kuala Lumpur it was 7:30 in the morning and the next flight to Brisbane was at 7:30 tonight so I had until 4 to do whatever I wanted to do. I want to go to Bukit Bintang which is a major shopping centre in Kuala Lumpur, but first I wanted to go to The Aquaria KLCC which is ...
... giant, shiny new terminals. It appears to have been specifically designed for the Air Asia model (you pay for everything on the plane, even water, and are not allowed to bring any outside food or beverages) because although there are stores and restaurants pre-security, there are no places to buy food or drinks post-security. The model is basically, starve and deny you water and food until you break and pay the inflated prices for food on the plane. This ...
... live within, and better understand a large community where these discourses are being created and disseminated around Malaysia and the world.
After only one kind of introductory day at my internship I'm feeling excited. I'm ready to learn and move out of my comfort zone. I have a feeling that those feelings of inadequacy will creep up again over the course of these next two months, but it's okay. I might feel unprepared now, but by the end of this summer I won't feel the same way. ...
First few hours in Kuala Lumpur and first impressions:
Well It is not a scary big city for one. I am even tempted to say that you could walk East to West of the city centre in one afternoon. However there is a lot of pollution.
We caught the sight of the Petronas towers from far away in the bus that we took from Taman Negara (well a local bus to Jerantut first, then another bus to KL. Traveling local once again and instantly saving 60 ringgit by ...
... stopped drinking after we finished a bottle of Vodka in a bar and crashed out but a hit of street food helped me power through! We also saw some Indian and Chinese temples. The Batu Cave Indian temple had a huge set of steps up to am enormous cave, and there were monkeys everywhere looking for good from the tourists. Looked like a few people lost their lunches and ice creams. We went to a market in KL itself as well as an IT mall with everything you could imagine ...